JFGH offers multiple service models promoting independence, choice, community inclusion and dignity.
Group Homes/Alternative Living Arrangements
JFGH supports 108 residents in 23 homes in Montgomery (MD) and Fairfax Counties (VA). Each group home is staffed with counselors who provide around the clock support. Support includes, but is not limited to: assistance with personal needs, household chores, food shopping and preparation, transportation, recreational activities, and health and medical monitoring.
Henry and Alice Greenwald Community Supported Living Arrangements (GCSLA)
In the GCSLA Program, individuals and/or their families own or rent the dwelling where they reside. JFGH oversees the management of staff and counseling services, according to the individual’s needs. Support includes, but is not limited to: assistance with personal needs, household chores, food shopping and preparation, recreational activities, and health and medical monitoring.
Mary and Charles Oshinsky Apartment Program (OAP)
OAP is designed for adults with developmental disabilities and/or chronic mental illness who are able to live independently, but would benefit from drop-in support. Services typically include, but are not limited to: money/budget management, food shopping/preparation, organization/maintenance, assistance with completing applications, medical appointments, and social opportunities. OAP participants take advantage of many social, recreational and religious events such as “Game Night,” a writing workshop, and a current events discussion group facilitated by JFGH.